Pitcher of Tree (reported MIA) LbNA # 37245
|Placed Date||Dec 26 2007|
|Found By||Bella Viaggio (Attempted) |
|Last Update||Apr 8 2012 |
Microbox, 2 handcarved stamps. No log or inkpad included.
Somewhere not too far from Sewell Grade School, at the intersection of two streets named after Detective Sherlock and Minor Planet #696, respectively, is a lovely round tree planter with a palo verde tree in the middle. Around the base of the tree are shards from what was once a festive pitcher. This microbox is tucked behind a shard on the north side of the tree.
Please put microbox, rock, and shard right back where you found them! Discreetly, of course, so as not to arouse suspicion.
Trivia: the neighborhood is named after W. Arthur Sewell, supervisor of instrumental music for District 1 who wrote the Tucson High School fight song and started the school band in 1919. Who knew?
FYI Indian House letterbox is walking distance from here.